File photo of previous India coach John Wright (R) with Mohammed Kaif, VVS Laxman as well as Sairaj Bahutule. © Twitter
The India-Australia Border-Gavaskar Trophy begins on February as well as the mind video games currently appear to have actually started. Former Australia wicketkeeper Ian Healy lately made a debatable discuss the nature of Indian pitches. “I think if they produce fair Indian wickets, that are good batting wickets, to start with, (that) probably spin and spin pretty consistently but spin a long way, late in the match … we (Australia) win,” Healy stated on ‘SENQ Breakfast’. “I’m worried about (Mitchell) Starc and (Nathan) Lyon in the first Test … if they’re unfair wickets which I’ve seen in the last series, where balls were jumping ridiculously and sliding down low from day one, I think India play those conditions better than us.”
Now previous India coach John Wright, that was with the group from 2000 to 2005, has actually provided a response to Ian Healy’s remark.
“Countries playing at home are entitled to produce pitches to suit their own team. That’s not unfair it’s what makes Test cricket great #INDvsAUS #ianhealy,” John Wright tweeted.
Commenting on Ian Healy’s remark Ashwin, on his YouTube network stated: “Anyway, an Australian broadcaster and former player Ian Healy has given a few gems before the BGT (Border Gavaskar Trophy). He has given a few statements that say ‘India will make sure the Australians feel uncomfortable in India. I don’t believe that they will give us wickets that will look even slightly closer to what we will actually get during a game’. So he has said that Australia’s approach is only correct. The support staff might have given their opinion, but Ian Healy’s quote has set a spark with this take. It’s Border-Gavaskar Trophy guys. So we need this spark, right? (The) banters will keep coming from the Australian camp for sure. We saw what Steve Smith and Usman Khawaja had to say. Even Marnus Labuschagne and Matt Renshaw have said some controversial things.”
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